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1 Jul 2015

The global investment puzzle

Even as consumer spending stabilised or accelerated in many parts of the world, investment spending has been a major drag.

1 Jul 2015

China buys abroad

M&A deals by private companies are driving China’s outbound direct investment, with a focus on high-tech and services companies in developed markets.

1 Jul 2015

Japan’s lessons for China

The key lesson from Japan’s policy mistakes is that sustained deflation causes long-term economic damage if not treated pre-emptively.

29 Jun 2015

Charting trade trends

HSBC trade economists explain how new trade deals can promote growth and reform on the back of continued protectionism.

24 Jun 2015

Building a single market

Southeast Asia has long been a promising but disparate collection of smaller markets, but that is rapidly changing.

19 Jun 2015

Asia still waiting for the kick

Delays in raising US interest rates bode well for Asia, especially for Indonesia and Malaysia, which are struggling with slowing growth

15 Jun 2015

Britain’s bulging budget deficit

Britain’s deficit has been wider, partly reflecting its weaker-than-expected economic performance.

12 Jun 2015

Slowing growth delays US rate rises

On the back of slowing US economy growth, it is believed that the Federal Reserve will delay interest rate hikes.

12 Jun 2015

From classroom to boardroom

Professional women from HSBC have been mentoring schoolgirls in east London, giving them confidence and discussing the opportunities open to them.

11 Jun 2015

Saudi Arabia opens up

Saudi Arabia’s economy is not limited to oil – and the opening of the Kingdom’s stock market is set to help it diversify into new sectors.

1 Jul 2015

The global investment puzzle

Even as consumer spending stabilised or accelerated in many parts of the world, investment spending has been a major drag.

1 Jul 2015

China buys abroad

M&A deals by private companies are driving China’s outbound direct investment, with a focus on high-tech and services companies in developed markets.

1 Jul 2015

Japan’s lessons for China

The key lesson from Japan’s policy mistakes is that sustained deflation causes long-term economic damage if not treated pre-emptively.

29 Jun 2015

Charting trade trends

HSBC trade economists explain how new trade deals can promote growth and reform on the back of continued protectionism.

24 Jun 2015

Building a single market

Southeast Asia has long been a promising but disparate collection of smaller markets, but that is rapidly changing.

19 Jun 2015

Asia still waiting for the kick

Delays in raising US interest rates bode well for Asia, especially for Indonesia and Malaysia, which are struggling with slowing growth

15 Jun 2015

Britain’s bulging budget deficit

Britain’s deficit has been wider, partly reflecting its weaker-than-expected economic performance.

12 Jun 2015

Slowing growth delays US rate rises

On the back of slowing US economy growth, it is believed that the Federal Reserve will delay interest rate hikes.

12 Jun 2015

From classroom to boardroom

Professional women from HSBC have been mentoring schoolgirls in east London, giving them confidence and discussing the opportunities open to them.

11 Jun 2015

Saudi Arabia opens up

Saudi Arabia’s economy is not limited to oil – and the opening of the Kingdom’s stock market is set to help it diversify into new sectors.

News and insight

QE has had its day

10 February 2015

Quantitative easing prevented a financial crisis becoming a Great Depression. The European Central Bank has…